These 6 porcelain plates were produced in England by Coalport in 1818. There are no markings on any of these plates but the pattern with the embossed design is documented to have come from Coalport. The plates measure 7 1/2 inches in diameter. They are made of fine, hard paste porcelain. The plates have embossed floral decoration in high relief. These flowers are outlined with gold. The border is cobalt blue. There are reserves with colorful hand painted flowers framed with fancy gold trim. There is a lovely bouquet of flowers in the center of each plate, all of them different. Gold accents are found throughout the decoration and there is a dentil gold trim on the rims.
Condition: There is very minor wear to some of the gilding, mostly to the trim on the rims of these plates. You have to look hard to find it. As these plates are nearly 200 years old it is lovely find them in quite excellent condition.